The first meeting of the 46th Faculty Senate took place last Thursday, with a primary focus of discussing proposed changes to the academic course schedule that would standardize class start times with the earliest at 8:30 a.m.
The 15th Undergraduate Senate gathered on Tuesday evening to hold a substantive open forum on 8:30 a.m. class times and pass three bills, $20,193 in funding bills.
Tomorrow, the Markaz: Resource Center for Engagement with the Cultures and Peoples of the Muslim World will open its doors in the Nitery Building in Old Union after more than a decade of collaborative discussions between students, faculty and University administrators.
As summer wound to a close, Stanford’s campus buzzed with the energy of students dancing, writing, painting and producing art of all forms. Although academic classes didn’t start until Sept. 23, over 100 rising sophomores, juniors and seniors arrived on the Farm three weeks early to participate in Arts Intensive, a dynamic arts-based immersion program.…
The Stanford Board of Trustees heard a report from new School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor and approved the University’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year at its June meeting.
The Faculty Senate heard reports from both Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education Harry Elam and the Emeriti Council on Thursday afternoon, in the body’s final meeting of the academic year.
The Daily sat down with several prominent professors and administrators to discuss their summer reading lists and their near-unanimous interest in one Stanford-affiliated work in particular.
In an effort to incorporate community involvement into undergraduate education, several University offices have collaborated to offer a three-year Directors of Community Engaged Learning (D-CEL) pilot program.